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    Increase Time Login

    Actually this won't make the desired effect because of the way php handles session.
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    http downloads in https website

    I'm not sure, but some browsers may show a warning to the visitor if you try to start an http download from an https source.
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    CentOS 7 Crontab with success

    Because they will run with root permissions. A small mistake in the code when deleting a file could delete something important in your server and a security breach on those files can give someone root access yo your server. Website scripts should never run using the root user.
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    CentOS 7 Crontab with success

    You should not run those scripts using the root user.
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    Disable public folder view on front-end only

    It's not an option, you need to code it yourself. You need to have a minimum knowledge fo php to do so.
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    Disable public folder view on front-end only

    You can easily change it to use random shoturls just like the files.
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    Disable public folder view on front-end only

    Unless you are using sequential numbers for the folder names, brute force the url is not an option.
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    Disable the option "Access Password" via Admin for all members

    Just hide the option from the html interface.
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    Disable the option "File Privacy" at member area and force the admin setting

    Just hide this option from the html interface and they will be unable to change it.
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    Enable Premium Only Downloads

    Search the forum, this has been proposed before and I replied with instructions on how to make this modification.
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    Improve the trash at filemanager

    It's not useless, it's there to keep the file stats in the database. And you should alter your script to hide the logs in the database when the users delete files from the trash. Those logs could be handy.
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    Storage Option

    There is no such thing as "unlimited ftp storage". As soon as you start using too much space, your provider will cut you off.
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    Adding Users in a bulk

    By converting them manually in a sql query and importing it to your database.
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    Can we undelete deleted files?

    Final users cannot restore files from the trash folder. Admins can restore a files that were deleted in the last 24 hours, after that the files will be deleted from the hard drive.
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    Recommend Hosting Providers - Who do you use?

    No company will allow a file sharing script in a shared hosting plan. The script will consume too much server resources. Also, no serious file sharing site will use shared hosting.
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    _TMP Directory "Many .avi Files"

    You just ignored my last post saying that the first / is important in absolute paths. Also, if you don't know enough to add and debug a simple cronjob, you should hire someone to take care of your server.
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    _TMP Directory "Many .avi Files"

    You can use relative path, public_html/files/_tmp/* or absolute path, /home/CPANEL_USERNAME/public_html/files/_tmp/* The first / is important in the absolute path.
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    _TMP Directory "Many .avi Files"

    Those commands are not even remotely close to anything on windows. Windows doesn't even have "cronjobs". It uses its own task scheduler.
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    _TMP Directory "Many .avi Files"

    Yes, is on direct servers. I didn't even noticed the function cleanLeftOverChunks, but it still leaves files in the _tmp folder. I just checked the function here and it's just tries to remove files from the _tmp folder and not from the _deleted folder. I think it doesn't work because it's using...
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    _TMP Directory "Many .avi Files"

    Files being uploaded will be stored in the _tmp folder. When the script gets all parts of the upload it will move the file to the correct path. However, if the user cancels the upload or if the script crashes the file will remain in the _tmp folder forever. You can setup a cron command to...